Our graduates are employed in industry and academia, including:
- medical imaging research
- nuclear propulsion
- data analysis and advanced analytics
- market research
- undergraduate mathematics education
Some graduates have built on their degrees to go on to doctoral studies in mathematics and statistics at leading institutions, including Carnegie Mellon and Boston University.
The nearby Pittsburgh businesses community and non-profit organizations provide opportunities for student internships and employment. Our external advisory board has helped to create the program’s curriculum and identify summer internships for full-time students, providing valuable experience within the corporate world.
In addition, employed technical professionals have significantly improved their skills by studying as part-time students in our rigorous program.